Soren Aarlev

Soren Aarlev

The Evening Standard reported: "He moved to the capital 12 years ago and worked as an interactive designer for Clerkenwell-based Graphic Alliance ..".  Early in the morning of 6 July 2018 Soren was...

Person, Cyclist, Tragedy, Denmark

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June T. Abeyratne

June T. Abeyratne

June T. Dobedoe was born on 18 February 1956, the second of the three children of Roland Ivor Dobedoe (1927-2001) and Margaret Mary Dobedoe née Buckley (1926-2004). Her birth was registered in in t...

Person, Tragedy, Ceylon

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Lincoln David Abraham

Lincoln David Abraham

Lincoln David Abraham was born on 15 October 1970. His birth was registered in the 4th quarter of 1970 in the Paddington registration district and his mother's maiden name was Shaw. According to t...

Person, Tragedy, Southeast Asia

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James Ernest Adams

James Ernest Adams

James Ernest Adams was born on 6 October 1972 in Chester, Cheshire, the son of Ernest Adams and Elaine Adams née Valentine. Electoral registers in 2003 show him listed at 23 Artindale, Bretton, Pet...

Person, Tragedy

3 memorials
Robert Adamson

Robert Adamson

From our Picture Source and an article in the Daily Mail we learn that Robert Adamson lived in Stone Cross, Pevensey, Sussex and had three children. He died on 26 December 2004 in Thailand from th...

Person, Tragedy, Southeast Asia

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Reginald Adams

Reginald Adams

Demolition worker, employed by A & R Metal Company, killed in the Dudgeon's Wharf explosion. Andrew Behan has researched Adams: Reginald Thomas Adams was born on 3 May 1940. In 1962 he married...

Person, Tragedy

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Jean Adebambo

Jean Adebambo

British singer, best known for songs in the lovers rock genre. Born Islington. It is believed she died by suicide, at her Leytonstone home.

Person, Music / songs, Tragedy

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Olatunji Adeyanju

Olatunji Adeyanju

17 year-old Olatunji was killed by a car while cycling across a pedestrian crossing.  The driver, Barry Normah, aged 28, sped through a red light, drove off after the collision and then dumped the ...

Person, Cyclist, Tragedy

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Admiral Duncan pub bombing

Admiral Duncan pub bombing

Well known as a gay pub, the Admiral Duncan was the site chosen by Neo-Nazi David Copeland to detonate a nail bomb which killed three people and wounded 70. Copeland, who was also responsible for ...

Event, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink, Gender Issues, Terrorism, Tragedy

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